13 Biggest Celebrity Stories of 2016!
Bristol Palin Calls Out Stars for Snubbing Donald Trump
After recently getting blasted in a sexual sense by husband Dakota Meyer, Bristol Palin announced that she is pregnant with her third child.
But this expecting state hasn't stopped the former Dancing with the Stars contestant from putting some pretty big-time celebrities on blast.
Charlie Sheen to God: Please Kill Donald Trump!
People are really angry at 2016.
For those who have not been on the Internet much over the past 12 months, many users out there have been railing against this calendar year for two reasons:
Rockettes: FORCED to Perform at Donald Trump Inauguration?
There have been a lot of jokes about what a horrendous year 2016 has been (Don't talk about it in the past tense yet, or it'll grandmother and your favorite singer in one fiery head-on collision.), but we think much of the criticism has been unfair.
After all, we already have reason to believe that 2017 will be much, much worse.
Chrissy Teigen Taunts Donald Trump: No Stars Like You!
Chrissy Teigen is unafraid to speak her mind.
Donald Trump Russian Orgy Video: Actually in Existence?!
Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.
17 Worst Celebrity Couples of 2016
Donald Trump Slams Bill Clinton on Twitter: He Doesn't Know Much
By now, you're almost certainly aware that Donald Trump loves to tweet.
The problem with his love of social media is that whatever the platform, when the American president speaks, the whole world listens, which is why it's not such a great idea for the leader of the free world to blurt out every random-ass notion that pops into his head 140 characters at a time.
Donald Trump: Racist Rant Caught on Video?!
Well, it's official.
Yesterday's Electoral College vote confirmed that Donald Trump will be the 45th President of the United States, to the delight of alt-righters and doomsday preppers alike.
Wisconsin Protesters Go OFF on Trump Electors! WATCH!
Donald Trump Wins Electoral College & White House, Slams Media
Despite a last ditch effort by concerned citizens and Federalists, Donald J. Trump won the Electoral College vote and with it, the U.S. presidency.
Yes, Trump was elected president in November, but the Electoral College had not formalized that victory until Monday, and not without protests.